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Sea Monsters and Other Delicacies

Sea Monsters and Other Delicacies


Sea Monsters and Other Delicacies

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4/5 (1 rating)
Length:
3 hours
Released:
Apr 28, 2009
ISBN:
9780743583794
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Description

Get ready for the Beast Feast!

When a sea monster arrives at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Beasts, Ulf the werewolf must risk his life to save it. But the evil Baron Marackai is back—and beasts are on the menu!

Can Ulf stop the cruel Beast Feast before he ends up as a tasty dessert himself? The future of the RSPCB depends on it....

Released:
Apr 28, 2009
ISBN:
9780743583794
Format:
Audiobook

Also available as...

Also available as bookBook

About the author

Matthew Morgan, David Sinden, and Guy Macdonald are best friends from childhood. Matthew and David are the authors of the hugely successful UK series YUCK. All three live in Kent, England.


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  • (4/5)
    Reason for Reading: Next in the series. Read aloud to my 9yo.Comments: Right from page one we find Baron Marackai is back on the scene and up to no good. But we don't find out his true dastardly plan until much closer to the end of the book. Meanwhile, Ulf and Dr. Fielding along with Tiana, the fairy and Orson, the giant have their hands full trying to figure out how to save the life of a dying Redback, the most venomous sea monster in existence. Ulf finds notes from Professor Farraway in his book that he has hidden from the first book in this series and tries to get everyone to believe him that the plan will work. When no one agrees Ulf decides to take matters into his own hands.Again the 9yo loved this book, even more so than the first. These books are definitely written to a boy audience with plenty of gross-out moments and a fair share of derring-do and squeamish moments. Sensitive children will probably not find these the same laugh out loud thrill that my son did. After reading book one ds got wise and figured out the secret about 5 chapters in, but I give the authors credit there were no clues. It's just like the The Series of Unfortunate Events books where Count Olaf shows up every time. With this series we have the much more sinister Baron Marackai, whose not even above murder or cooking someone alive, all in good fun though.Rather simplistic plot, not a lot of character development, this is a just-for-fun book that younger kids are going to love, both the adventure and the characters. Both ds and I love Druce, the gargoyle. Rollicking shenanigans filled with seabeasts and menacing villains. Fun! Book Three Bang-Goes-a-Troll will be out in September '09. Ds can hardly wait for it.